Have you always wanted to be able to draw? Did you draw well as a child but then find it difficult to make things 'look right' so you gave up?
Pre-teen years are when a child suddenly wants to make things look realistic. Without the intervention of good tuition most children tend to give up. Teaching observational drawing requires expertise that many school teachers don't have. This is overlooked as unimportant. Instead, school students are given creative scope to produce art without the skills to be able to draw realistically. Being able to draw from observation is the springboard of all art.
It is all too common to think that one needs to be born with talent to be able to draw and that only those with talent can enjoy drawing. This is a fallacy! With good tuition it is easier than you think.
"I couldn't believe what I produced with Donna's techniques and tuition. I'm not just saying that...I'm 49 and have never been able to do a face. I have never used many of the mediums and I was truly gobsmacked at what I did.... I managed two faces and was so surprised at what I ended up with. We did various styles and subjects and they were all excellent to do.
I can't recommend Donna enough. I will be going back for more!! Just sooo happy" - Lisa, NSW
After Just Two Lessons
Meet Your Teacher
Donna Meyer is an accomplished Mosaic artist with public and private works in Victoria and NSW and is regularly commissioned as a Portrait Artist. Teaching, however, is her passion. Having developed a structured and effective process to teaching the art of drawing over the last couple of years her Weekend Intensives and Online Course have grown rapidly in demand.
"I will not teach one how to draw a rose for they will only be able to draw that rose. I will not teach one how to draw a cat for they will only be able to draw that cat. Instead I will teach one how to 'see.' Then they will be able to draw any rose from any angle and any cat, in any position." - DONNA MEYER
The Beginners Course comes with a choice of delivery but the content remains the same